Have you seen this man suspected in Kent sexual assault?
SEATTLE -- The Kent Police Department has released a sketch of the man wanted on suspicion of breaking into a Kent woman's apartment and sexually assaulting her Aug. 6.
According to police, the victim was in her East Hill apartment around 1 p.m. when the suspect came through the unlocked front door and pointed a knife at her.
The suspect forced the victim into the bedroom and pushed her onto the bed, where he kissed, according to police. But, a sudden noise scared the suspect, and he ran off.
The suspect is described as a white man around 27 or 27 years old with dark hair, green or blue eyes, a thick build and a small bump on his nose. He was wearing a red bandanna at the time and had bad body odor. A tattoo on his forearm depicted a yin-yang symbol made out of the sun and moon.
According to police, no similar incidents have been reported since the Aug. 6 attack.